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London-Bound Flights Canceled due to Volcanic Ash

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LAX officials this morning are reporting that at least two British Airways flights have been canceled today after volcanic ash from Iceland has drifted over Europe. "[Airport Operations is] into the US carriers that fly to Europe too," LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe. More cancellations are expected as further checks are made with airlines. Passengers advised to check with their airlines if they are departing on flights to Europe.” UPDATE: 4 arrival flights and 5 departure flights from/to London have been cancelled (British Airways, American Airlines, United Airlines and Air New Zealand). Flights to other European destinations are still scheduled to depart, says LAX.

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